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Rev. Angela Ravin-Anderson welcomes new co-host, Rev. Liz Testa, and together they reflect on intersectionality and why it’s an important aspect of what shapes them as women, believers, and leaders.
By: Daniel Fan | September 28, 2023
Gerwig's "Barbie" is a funhouse mirror for our patriarchal society. Far from being the bubblegum feminist fantasy that both rabid conservatives and shallow progressives hailed it as, Gerwig’s work is a wry and effectively packaged message about the dangers of inequality—with, sadly, one major flaw.
A selection of questions from CBE's 2023 conference roundtable session, with answers from some of our conference speakers.
New Voices: “Women will be saved through childbearing”? 1 Timothy 2 and Artemis with Dr. Sandra Glahn
Are women saved through childbearing? Blake and Erin tackle one of the stickiest passages concerning women in the New Testament with scholar, Sandra Glahn. In her forthcoming book: Nobody’s Mother, Glahn tackles this passage from 1 Timothy and the context that informs it. You can find the book in CBE’s Bookstore.
By: Julie Walsh | September 21, 2023
Like many women today, Julie Walsh follows in the footsteps of women who studied Scripture. Margaret D. Gibson, along with her twin sister Agnes Smith Lewis, were fluent in multiple languages and this led them to many outstanding discoveries—even the earliest copy of the Gospels in Syriac!
By: Carrie Silveira | September 14, 2023
As we seek to support and empower women throughout the world, connecting with them in their contexts and cultures is foundational.
By: Cynthia Muniz Soares | September 14, 2023
What can we observe about the women in each of the Gospels? Mark, widely considered the earliest Gospel, presents some significant accounts about women, some of which are found in the other Gospels.
By: Viktorya Zalewski Baracy | September 14, 2023
The world of Brazilian women is highly diverse and faces certain challenges depending on their social and geographic contexts. Amidst this diversity, we wonder if the most widely consumed Christian books in Brazil contribute positively to the spiritual formation and education of women.
By: Kathy Myatt | September 14, 2023
Seeing ourselves and each other as God does means we are no longer bound to gender-based cultural rules. We are able to grow in love, work to promote the growth and well-being of others, whether that be a child, a friend, a partner, female or male in accordance with our gifts and callings.
By: Mimi Haddad | September 14, 2023
Pray that God will protect, guide, embolden their calling, and heal their wounds. That the church in Brazil will bring the message of “Women and Scripture: Setting the Record Straight” not only to many more in Brazil but also where it’s needed most in the world.